Category: Mature Content

Pullbox Previews : Minky Woodcock, the Girl Who Electrified Tesla…

Minky Woodcock returns! January 21, 2021 – Titan Comics and Hard Case Crime are pleased to announce that this April will see the return of the critically acclaimed hardboiled detective series Minky Woodcock. This time the fabulous female detective uncovers another sinister, sultry and twisted mystery when she gets involved with world-renowned inventor Nikola Tesla, Nazi […]

Pullbox Reviews: Children of the Grave #2 – All thanks to the Providers…

Children of the Grave #2 Scout Comics Written by Sam Romesburg & Ben Roberts Illustrated by Gioele Filippo Colors by Marco Lesko Letters by Justin Birch Logo designed by Jake Beaver Edited by Charlie Stickney Production by Joel Rodriquez In shops February 10, 2021 The mysterious woman has revealed herself to Daniel as “The Mother.” […]

Pullbox Reviews: Shelter Division – A black ops story that’s [REDACTED] to the max…

Shelter Division (collected edition) Source Point Press Written by Bob Salley Art by Francesco Tomaselli (issues 1 & 2) Ken Perry (issues 2 & 3) Colors by Francesco Tomaselli (issues 1 & 2) Robert Nugent (issues 2 & 3) Letters by HDE Cover Art by Nick Dragotta (collected edition) Available in February, 2021 (currently listed […]

Pullbox Reviews: Sailor Ragowski #1- From Team Rags, a manga you can read openly in front of your family!

Sailor Ragowski #1 New Age Ninja Corps Written by Daquan Jenkins Illustrated by Luigi Teruel Edited by Dan Sacharow Regina Finnegan-Ragowski is a freshly minted US. Marine (and super weeb) stationed at Camp Foster Okinawa. When she discovers her Japanese tutor is local Hero -Ryukyu Mew and inherit’s her powers, she suddenly gains her dream […]

Pullbox Reviews: Man of Sin Packs an Emotional Gut-Punch!

Man of Sin starts out dark, slips into shadow and then cascades into ebon blackness before being consumed in blazing hellfire. It’s a story of grief, pain, rage and harrowing loss. And the antichrist, the end of times and how that’s all supposed to pan out. More than a simple eulogy or horror, Sin is a bit of a puzzle, one that I won’t expand upon much here to avoid stealing the fun from you—but one that Guilde unravels masterfully, until you feel not so much sucker-punched as slowly constricted, until your breath is utterly taken from you. (12/13)

Pullbox Previews: Nightmare Man – “Alex is living the dream. He doesn’t recommend it.”

Nightmare Man Written by Matthew Wilding Art by Matt Rowe Coming soon from Sequential Decay Whose fault is it? Writer Matthew Wilding and artist Matt Rowe began collaborating earlier this year with the celebrated horror short Little Things. After a lot of positive feedback from readers and industry pros, they decided to take a step together […]

Pullbox Reviews: Black Cotton #1 – Discussing Racial Disparity in an Alternate World

Elijah Cotton, the modern patriarch of the Cotton family and business mogul of Black Cotton Ventures, tries to manage the public outrage and fallout from his police officer son, Zion Cotton’s, shooting of a young white woman. Meanwhile, Qia Cotton, the only daughter of Eljiah and the CEO of Black Cotton Ventures, attempts to assuage […]

Pullbox Previews: Mad Cave Goes Hammett-Style on Nottingham!

In Nottingham, Hazan, Volk, Romano and Gil take a decidedly DARK (like, a matte black painted room, 500 feet below the earth in the middle of the night during a solar eclipse, with the lights off dark) spin on the Robin Hood mythology, setting the Merry Men as a gang of murderous anarchists, Sheriff Everard Blackthorne as a menacingly effective investigator/interrogator, Maid Marian as a conniving manipulator and Sir Robin himself as, well, one seriously scary dude. (12/13)

Pullbox Reviews: Amelia Sky Has to Save the World…After She Finds Her Parents!

Amelia Sky’s world has been flipped upside-down and sideways. Waking a month after having been separated from her parents during an apparent alien invasion, one which saw the majority of humanity either slain or sent to an off-world sanctuary (and during which her own father sought to kill her to avoid her capture by a mysterious and as-yet unidentified “they”), she finds herself alone in a world now dominated by shriekers, a horrid spider-like alien creature (similar to the invaders in A Quiet Place) which feeds off human life force. Making her way into a ravaged world, she befriends a stray dog, and her adventure through the wasteland to find her parents begins. (10.5/13)

Pullbox Reviews The O.Z. #1- Follow the Yellow Brick Road & Beware “Darwin’s Revenge”

The O.Z. #1 Written by David Pepose Art by Ruben Rojas Colors by Whitney Cogar Letters by DC Hopkins Dubbed by thePullbox’s own Andy P. “the Trope Slayer”, David Pepose has once again set his sights on a beloved classic, and gutted it like a fish. Since his debut title Spencer & Locke, followed up […]

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